Dover Coloring Book

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Looking at the finished product of this book is as rewarding as the process of coloring it. The gorgeous, intricate designs, though not as challenging as they first appear, still provide hours of entertainment for both adults and older children. As in so many of this style of design coloring books, I have found that leaving white spaces adds to the clarity of the design, as you will see in some examples I have chosen. And it was difficult to decided which pictures to use—they are all so interesting.
    One of the aspect of this book that I found baffling was matching the colored examples that were included on the covers to the uncolored pictures. My goodness!! It was really difficult. Uncolored, many of the designs look very similar. After I colored them, however, they took on a personality of their own. However, this book has apparently been revised, because a couple of their cover examples, I never did match with actual pages to color. In any case, I hope you enjoy my artwork, and, if you are my age, maybe it will bring back memories of that childhood kaleidoscope toy.

Green and Yellow Design

Shades of Purple and Blue

Purple Circle

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Red and Yellow Design

Gray and White Design

Red and Green with Spikes

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Teal and White Circle

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